THE TERRACE TIMES
Good afternoon Parents / Caregivers,
Welcome to this edition of the Terrace Times and the last for Semester One.
End of Semester Reports
The end of semester reports are available to families today. Student reports are only available via Connect. All reports from 2016 onwards will be stored on your child’s Connect page. Your Connect page will also carry over as your child moves into High School.
If you are unsure how to access Connect or your child’s report, come and see us in the School Office and we would be very happy to assist.
We have been able to move the ONYA nominations to a digital platform. By following this link https://anzacterrace.wa.edu.au/parent-information/school-council/onya-awards/ you will be able to nominate a staff member for an ONYA Award. So if you would like to acknowledge one (or more) staff member for doing such a great job or going that extra mile, follow this link and let them know.
Congratulations to all students that took part in the winter carnival last week. You should all be very proud of yourself. Not only did you compete very well, bringing home a number of trophies, but you also represented our school with great pride. Every staff member involved with both training and the carnival has commented on your sportsmanship and attitude in which you carried yourself.
This is to inform you of some staffing changes for Term 3 2018. Mr Neil Strachan will be on Long Service Leave all of Term 3 – Miss Amanda McAlpine will be the Acting Deputy in this time. Changes to accommodate the above are listed below:
Room 17 – Mrs F Jones will be teaching Room 17 Monday and Tuesday. Mr Valincius will still be in the classroom Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
Room 13 – Miss McAlpine will be teaching Room 13 Monday and Tuesday. Mrs Tanya Druzianich will be teaching the class Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
We will also be losing two of our wonderful support staff for both Term 3 and 4. Mrs Deb Clarke and Ms Heather Knight will both be taking Long Service Leave for the remainder of 2018. We wish them both well as they enjoy well-deserved breaks, and look forward to their return at the beginning of 2019.
Our gardener Vince Linardi will also be taking Long Service Leave all of Term 3 and we wish him an enjoyable break too!
Good luck to all students partaking in the Cross Country today … give it your best shot and make sure you walk off that course knowing you’ve given it your all.
School Development Day
Don’t forget, tomorrow (Friday 29 June) is a School Development Day. Students do not attend on this day. That means that today (Thursday 28 June) is the last day of Term 2 for students.
Have a safe school holiday period,
AUSSIE OF THE MONTH
The Aussie of the Month award recognises personal endeavour, achievement and contribution to the community.
The awards also reflect some of the values we share as Australians, a sense of fair play, generosity of spirit, commitment to community participation and a real concern for the environment.
Twice a Term, two students are chosen as the Aussies of the Month and the recipients are presented with the Aussie of the Month badge and certificate at a school assembly.
The certificate and badge is kept by recipients as a memento of the occasion.
Congratulations to Jet and Connor our Aussies of the Month for June. Well done!
Year 1, Room 3
Year 4, Room 18
Congratulations to the following students who were presented with an Honour Certificate at the last Assembly.
|ECB 2||Max N and Chelsea S|
|ECB 3||Sienna H and Jayden H|
|2||Emily C and Siddarth S|
|3||Siena B and Harrison V|
|5||Brody A and Rosalie T|
|6||Timoteo L and Lucas P|
|11||Liam B and Lily R|
|12||Arye B and Campbell N|
|13||Abigail B and Scarlett S|
|14||Lilly E and Matthew R|
|15||Emily C and Saoirse D|
|17||Lincoln B and Oliver C|
|18||Scott C and Abbi H|
|Art||Emily C and Harrison N|
|Library||Brody A and Dex H|
Students receive Honour Certificates as acknowledgement for achievement in academic success, social skills and thoughtfulness to others.
On Friday 22 June, the Year 5/6 students attended the Winter Carnival held at Altone Park and Hampton Park PS. The students played against Upper Swan PS, Hampton Park PS and Hillcrest PS in Netball, ALF, Soccer and Lacrosse. Everyone trained hard all term and put in a fantastic effort on the day. The team spirit amongst our teams was fantastic to see. Congratulations to everyone for playing so well and in particular to the Soccer ‘B’ team and the Lacrosse ‘B’ team who won their divisions.
Bounce Excursion – Room 14
On the 25th of June, Room 14 went to Bounce in Cannington. We won the Term 1 COGS Cup and we got to go as our reward. At Bounce; we went on obstacle courses, had fun hitting each other with dodgeballs, doing tricks and backflips on the trampolines and playing basketball. We also learned some new tricks such as “wall walking” from the staff at Bounce. Thank you to Mr Blackwood and the school for helping us have our excursion!
Being a Reading Sensation
As most of our students read each night, the BEARS reading program is not extra work for students, parents and caregivers or teachers, it is simply a method of calculating the number of nights the students read, and then rewards them at strategic numbers, eg 50, 100, 200 and so on.
Well done to the following students who have read for –
|ECB 2||Seanuel A, Robert F, Violet G, Blake G,Trinity K, Max N, Grace O and Rubylee Q|
|Room 2||Rose A, Peri D and Dex H|
|Room 5||Ashton C, Jayden D, Jake H, Tamzin I, Masey L, Chidinma N, Mei S, Tharun R, Rosalie T and Michael V|
|Room 6||Charlie H, Albert K, Poppy K, Alex P, Lucas P, Bodhi R and Myah R|
|Room 11||Alexis D, Barbra F, Jacob K, Noah K and Khyandra T|
|Room 12||Emily B, Sierra C, Tyler D, Brandon H and Campbell N|
|Room 5||Kai C, Abigael I, Arwen L, Marcus L, Likhith M and Bryce T|
|Room 6||Mason K and Jasmine O|
|Room 11||Liam B, Ava C, Olivia P, Samantha R and Lily R|
REMINDERS AND UPCOMING EVENTS
|Thursday 28 June||Parent Assembly|
Item by Room 14
|Thursday 28 June||Uniform Shop Open|
9.00am to 9.30am
|Thursday 28 June||Cross Country|
Years 3 to 6
|Thursday 28 June||Students last day for Term 2|
|Friday 29 June||School Development Day|
Students do not attend
|Monday 16 July||First day of Term 3|
(Staff and Students)
Friday 20 July is an important date in your child’s education.
You need to apply to enrol your children in a public school for 2019 if they are:
⇒starting Kindergarten – 4 years old by 30 June 2019
⇒starting Pre-primary (first year of compulsory school) – 5 years old by 30 June 2019
⇒starting Year 7 (first year of secondary school)
All children from Pre-primary to Year 12 are guaranteed a place at their local public school.
Come and see us to enrol your children today. Apply by Friday 20 July 2018.
MESSAGE FROM YOUR SCHOOL COUNCIL
Hello Parents and Friends,
As mentioned in previous newsletters, the Council is nominating two staff members for the upcoming Education Awards. We have called on several occasions for additional information from parents who have had positive interactions with the staff to strengthen the nominations. I want to thank the families who have taken the time to respond to these calls. We will be finalising the nominations and submitting them in the next week. We wish Mrs Penn and Mrs Ashmore the best of luck!
ATPS Council Chair
FROM THE P&C
P&C Fundraising – Entertainment Book
The P&C are continuing to fundraise with the Entertainment Book which are now available.
Click here if you would like to purchase one.
ANZAC TERRACE PRIMARY SCHOOL PLAYGROUP
If you are looking for a place where your little ones can play with other children or you are looking for a bit of socialising then click on the link below for more information.
OSHC program phone: 0428 197 483
OSHClub WA Head Office: 03 85649000
Coordinator: Jennifer Archer Educator: Monique Wright
All families must be enrolled to attend the program, remember this is easy and free!! Please create an account online at http://www.oshclub.com.au all bookings and cancellations can also be managed via your online account. For on the day bookings please contact the Coordinator direct at the program.
Next term Keyed Up Music will be teaching Guitar Lessons on Tuesday after school. Lessons start from $18.10 for a group lesson of 3, $22.55 for a shared lesson and $33.00 for an individual lesson. If you are interested please ring Therese on 1300 366 243 or enrol at www.keyedupmusic.com.au/enrolment-form
2018 NAIDOC Family Day
2018 NAIDOC Family Day event at Ashfield Reserve held on Thursday 12 July. Click here for more information.
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